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“Scientology is headed for a reckoning, and the celebrities are going to be forced at some point to account for all the abuse done in Scientology’s name.” Mark “Marty” Rathbun, a former top-tier Scientology official who worked under church leader David Miscavige, left the organization in 2004, claiming Miscavige was ordering abuse and beatings.Rathbun says Scientology is doubtlessly working to mitigate the damage from Remini’s departure.

“Then, in 2011 she stuck up for Paul Haggis and that brought down another round of harassment from ethics officers.Director Paul Haggis, who left Scientology in 2009, wrote an open letter to Remini published by the Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, in which he praised her “brave” break from the organization and anticipated that its Office of Special Affairs would now work to “attack Leah indirectly, posting negative comments about her shows and career and abilities under myriad false names, pretending to be disappointed fans or whatever.” “I can’t express how much I admire Leah.Her parents, family and close friends were almost all Scientologists; the stakes for her were so much higher than for me.She continued also to ask about Shelly, and in October 2012, she had a meeting with David Miscavige himself, which really didn't allay her concerns.” Remini’s sister told Ortega that at that point, the “King of Queens” actress knew she was going to leave, but spent several months preparing her family for it, knowing that the church would attempt to force "disconnection" on them.Scientology’s rep initially responded to the Remini situation by issuing a statement that “The Church respects the privacy of parishioners and has no further comment,” but called the allegations of “interrogations” and “thought modification” both “absurd and pure nonsense, as are all the statements made about the Church’s leader, David Miscavige.” A rep for the tax exempt organization also insisted that suggestions Shelly was missing were refuted last year by her counsel and that “any statement about her, a private person, is inappropriate for publication.” “The two bloggers who have been pushing this story have been obsessed for years with spreading falsehoods to smear the Church. You really should look into the specific Internet sources being used in this story,” said rep Karin Pouw, adding “links with documentation of their unreliability” to

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